Lana Brindley got eaten by a grue in the late 80s, and hasn't been quite the same since. More recently, she's been hanging around in the open source community, and generally making a pest of herself. She lives and breathes technical documentation, information architecture, and agile docs, and is perpetually in pursuit of the perfect piece of content. She hasn't found it yet. In the meantime, she enjoys going to technical conferences to talk about stuff that has been buzzing around in her brain for too long, and also to make sure she leaves the house from time to time. She is currently writing documentation for SUSE, and is hoping to get it finished before the robot overlords take over.
- Facebook, Dynamite, Uber, Bombs, and You – Tuesday 10:45 a.m.–11:35 a.m. in Room 6
- Everything you know is wrong: why using big words can made you sound stupid – Friday 10:45 a.m.–11:30 a.m. in Room 6
- The absolute value of documentation